Thursdays, June 6, 2024, through September 26, 2024

Located at Green Scene - 617 Michigan Ave W - Walker MN

The Walker Community farmers' and crafters' market serves as a gathering place for community members and visitors. Guests can purchase vendor-grown produce, specialty foods, consumables, crafts, jewelry, and more. The market promotes and supports education, healthy living, local agriculture, and community interaction, all in an upbeat, welcoming atmosphere. Farmers and producers sell their products directly to the public, allowing consumers to interact with the vendor directly. Live music every week with breakfast, lunch and drink specials available in our eatery and handcrafted cocktail bar!

Each Market Features:

  • Live Acoustic Entertainment
  • Fired-Roasted Pizzas
  • Breakfast and Lunch Specials - Coffee, Quiche, Scones, Sandwiches
  • Handcrafted Cocktails & Mocktails
  • A Wide Variety of Locally Grown Produce
  • Hand-Crafted Baked Goods
  • Jams, Preserves & Salsa
  • Local Raw Honey & Maple Syrup
  • Locally Raised Meats
  • Garden Berries, Plants & Flowers
  • Goat Soap, Natural Bath & Body Products, and Other Personal Care Products
  • Hand-Crafted Jewelry & Art Works

2024 Vendor Information

Our vendor spots for our 2024 season are SOLD OUT. We are still accepting applications for our vendor waitlist. Please review all information below to submit your application.

Vendor Selection Process

The Walker Community Farmers and Crafters Market adheres to the following guidelines for the vendor selection process.

  • We carefully consider the right mix of products to ensure that all vendors can be successful. This mix of vendors ensures shoppers can fill their market baskets with everything from farm-fresh seasonal produce, baked goods, pottery, meats, flowers, jewelry, canned goods, local art, and handcrafted goods. 
  • Preference for returning vendors.
  • Preference to produce farmers.
  • Leave space for new farmers to enter the markets each year.
  • Provide opportunities for new value-added entrepreneurs to enter the markets.
  • Limit the number of commercial vendors.
  • Handmade with traditional methods in mind. 
  • Unique and of the highest quality.
  • Proper labeling and packaging.
  • Vendors are to provide courteous and knowledgeable at-market staff with solid customer service skills and a history of positive interactions with market staff, customers, fellow vendors, and volunteers.
  • Consistently high product quality: fresh, flavorful, and ripe.
  • Clean and attractive displays
  • Booths have the proper signage.
  • The booth space is clean and tidy.
  • We are adhering to the highest standards in safe food production and handling. 

Forms & Programs

 MN Department of Revenue ST19 Certificate of Compliance Form:

Vendors selling taxable items are required to provide the following form: Minnesota ST-19 Operator Certificate of Compliance.  Please bring a copy to the first market or upload in the online registration form.


Market Bucks/SNAP-EBT:

The Walker Community Farmers Market will be participating in Hunger Solutions Market Bucks Program. Eligible products would include fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, eggs, dairy, honey, maple syrups, jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, baked goods, and seeds or plants that produce food. Green Scene Market will process the EBT card for customers and will provide wooden tokens that are used to buy qualified products are participating booths. Green Scene will reimburse vendors at the end of each market day. For further information: 


Cottage Food Law for Bakery and Food Vendors:

All individuals who want to make and sell foods described in the Cottage Food Law need to register with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) before selling food. Please make sure your Cottage Food Law registration has been completed and current. Here is the link for further information: 


Farmers Market Nutrition Program: 

If you grow fresh fruits and vegetables, sell them at farmers' markets, and want to increase sales and reach new customers, read more about becoming an Authorized Vendor for the S/FMNP at the following link.


Food Labeling:


Please thoroughly read the Farmers Market Dates & Guidelines. This is important information about setup times, cancellations and the rules of our market.